Forests in St. Lucia

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Forests in St. Lucia

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  • Gran7
    Crossett1,513 contributions
    What a lush rain forest. Just beautiful. Lively walk. This island has many unique features. We are so glad we got to visit and experience the beauty of flora snd fauna and the beautiful people. They welcome tourists
    Written 27 January 2023
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  • Nicola G
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    Beautiful rainforest hike, moderate difficulty
    Easy trail, guide not needed. Trailhead is along stunning 3km tarmac track, passable with care in small hire car, keep look out for signs. Or walk from road, where track on right is signed Quiless Forest Reserve and is 6km from jct of main Vieux Fort road, 1km South of Micoud, through Ti Rocher village, where G. Maps shows road almost doing a hairpin. A bus may go along this small road.
    The whole trip is well worth the expedition!
    Written 11 February 2022
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  • nextportofcall
    Ottawa, Canada228 contributions
    Forest reserve hikes

    My teenage son (17 years) and daughter (just turned 14), along with myself (60 year old Dad) fund the guided hike of the Millet Trail deep in the Saint Lucian mountain rainforest an absolute highlight of our wonderful trip to the island of Saint Lucia.

    The experienced guide, Pamela, was as good as an expert guide can get - extraordinarily knowledgeable, helpful, patient and great to engage. We saw many bird species including the Saint Lucia parrot which flew by us in resplendent colour, three other species endemic to Saint Lucia, all three hummingbirds not to mention a tarantula hidden in her home, an extraordinary cricket and beautiful flowers and edible plants like bay leaves, lemon grass and coriander. The marvelous Pamela also shared knowledge of medicinal properties of plants, and much more.

    The tour is two to three hours and there is a lot of up and down hiking as it is a mountain trail, although there are no dangerous spots or cliffs (as I have some fear of heights). Beautiful views of the lush rainforest, neighbouring mountains and the Roseau freshwater reservoir.

    We had booked a local driver to bring us to and from the trail from Rodney Bay - about a one hour drive.

    Call 758- 726- 4264 to book a tour with Pamela who works at the Millet Bird Sanctuary and Trail.
    Written 28 March 2017
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